Our Casa Belfi Colfondo Prosecco featured on Wine Enthusiast!

info –> http://www.winemag.com/buying-guide/albino-armani-nv-casa-belfi-col-fondo-prosecco/ Albino Armani NV Casa Belfi Col Fondo (Prosecco) 91POINTS Yeasty aromas of bread dough, toasted hazelnut, pressed wild flower and an earthy whiff of brimstone follow over to the crisp palate along with citrus and yellow apple. Made with grapes cultivated according to biodynamic farming practices and fermented with wild yeasts, it’s a fascinating expression of Prosecco.

Our Grappa di Amarone Albino Armani is loved by the Americans as well!

Article by Tom’s  Wine Line Info –>  https://ubriaco.wordpress.com/2017/05/08/two-great-grappas/ My second great grappa came at lunch the next day. How’s that for an auspicious start to a trip?! My second winery visit of that morning was to the Albino Armani vineyards, one of the highest in the Valpolicella/Amarone zone. It’s also one of the newest, a beautifully stylish, efficient, and eco-friendly installation run by a scion of a family that has been making wine in northern Italy since 1607. After leading

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Certificate of merit for our Amarone Albino Armani 2013

Our Amarone Albino Armani 2013 among the 10 most worthy on 83 samples blind-tasted by Marco Tonelli for “GardiniNotes, the Wine Killers” at #AnteprimAmarone2013 For further information, read the article #Amarone2013  

The pomace of our foja tonda is getting married with the Pecorino Farindola cheese

The pomace of our foja tonda still rich in aromas, left our winery to reach the mountains in the abruzzo region to get married with the pecorino of farindola, chosen by the passionate cheese producer antonello egizi . We will obtain about ten cheeses and will enjoy them during the long winter tastings.  

Green battle

The warm season is on its way and you can already see the first buds of early ripening varieties among the vineyards. The time has also come this year to hang up the sprinklings to fight the moth, according to the consolidated rules of “mating distraction”. Starting from 2015, we have decided to extend this sustainable technique to about 70 hectares of our property and now more than half of our vineyards are protected against this parasite. The sprinkling of

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Lugana and Clé

  Dear Friends, at this year’s Prowein and Vinitaly we will have the pleasure to have you taste two new wines: the Spumante Metodo Classico Clé doc Trento and the doc Lugana, for which we have been working over the last few years. We look forward to welcoming you!

Ceradello Prosecco at Henri Bendel Holiday Window Unveiling

Our Ceradello Prosecco was poured last week at the holiday window unveiling party at the flagship store for Henri Bendel on 5th Avenue. www.henribendel.com Henri Bendel is one of the oldest and most prestigious women’s department stores in NY with locations throughout the US. The stores are known for luxury items and tasteful women’s fashion for the discerning shopper. Ceradello is the signature prosecco for the operation and will also be featured at their VIP Holiday shopping event on December

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Our new organic Prosecco Ceradello at Pink Agenda in NYC

Our new organic Prosecco Ceradello that has just been introduced into the US market, was featured early this month at the event The Pink Agenda’s 2014 Gala in NYC. It’s a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness and the hostess was the TV personality Juliana Rancic. A great beginning for our new organic Prosecco Ceradello in New York City!

An award for our Sauvignon from Friuli

Our Sauvignon 2013 produced in Sequals, Friuli ,got the second prize at the first edition of the contest “Sauvignon, the Prince of Friuli”, held during the event called “Le radici del vino” (The roots of wine) . The exhibition took place in San Giorgio della Richinvelda in Friuli between 16th and 19th October. The competition included also a prize for the best packaging and we have been awarded for the label as well!

Nera dei Baisi

A small vineyard at the entrance of our winery, welcomes the visitor. It is the Conservatory, a collection of old indigenous varietals in danger of extinction of our valley. Among these, you will find the NERA DEI BAISI. SENSORY PROFILE: Bright ruby red colour and intense bouquet of ripe strawberry, blackberry and raspberry. In the mouth it is fresh and fragrant, silky, with no tannins, very easy to drink, with a low alcohol content and a well balanced acidity. FOOD

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DLG CERTIFIED QUALITY

  From the vineyard to the bottle : a wine with a certified quality. One of the most prestigious international and independent agencies, the German DLG, once again rewarded our winery’s continuous investments and devotion to research. Our qualified staff is indeed constantly focused on thoroughly following all the food safety procedures guaranteeing our wines’ healthiness. – Link

WINE, WORLD WAR ONE AND FUTURE

Albino Armani has once again been supporting the prestigious event : “Proposals for the XXI century – Itineraries of politics and ideas. It will be held in Asiago  from 16th to 24th August. At a century from the beginning of World War One that put an end to the great European empires, the war will be the main topic of the event in Asiago. But people will also discuss about justice, national organization, the Mediterranean, in addition to wine and food in

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Wine Review: natural wines

By Susy Atkins – erself as “That Crazy Frenchwoman” on her blog and website, a nickname she picked up as a characterful and outspoken wine consultant. She’s France’s first and only female Master of Wine and is becoming increasingly well known for championing natural wines – those made with traditional farming techniques, organic or biodynamic viticulture and very low intervention. And she’s the founder of the hugely successful RAW Wine Fair, now in its third year, where small, artisan, international producers gather in

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Naturale, a fair of natural wines at Navelli

For “natural wines” lovers, a nice occasion for a full immersion in the wine world at Navelli, in the Abruzzo region, an enchanting village to discover among ancient traditions and forgotten perfumes. You will be very welcome on the 10th and 11th of May 2014  at the impressive location of Palazzo Santucci where the 3th edition of “Naturale”, the fair of natural wines, will take place. We will be there with our wines from Casa Belfi. — > www.dinamichebio.it/naturale    

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Casa Belfi & Ombra delle Mura

Our organic wines from Casa Belfi will be present at the 7th edition of the event “Ombra delle Mura” (“In the shadow of the city walls”) aiming at promoting the culture of wine, organic  in particular, in the territory. The event will start at 10.30 am at the social farm “Conca d’oro” (Bassano del Grappa-Vicenza), a place where people with a disability  grow vegetables totally respecting  tradition and where you can enjoy simple food, obtained from the products of the land they have been cultivating. Info: www.ombradellemura.it  

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Il segno dell’anima, recent artworks by Antonio Amodio

On the 18th of April, at Verona’s perhaps most outstanding historical exhibition building, the Palazzo della Gran Guardia, there will be a selection of Albino Armani wines accompanying a grand art exhibit called “Il segno dell’anima”, showing over 70 works by Antonio Amodio. They are a synthesis of the man’s creative path, an eclectic artist of Verona, and a student of Giacomo Manzù and Saverio Barbaro, who are artistic figures ranking among the most influential in 20th-century Italy. These works

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Amarone Albino Armani, Amarone Slow Wine

Amarone Albino Armani 2010 is entered in the TOP12 OF SLOW WINE MAGAZINE! Thanks SLOW WINE! Immediately shows a refined harmony between the various sweet components: on the nose, as on the palate, notes of sweet licorice (recalling Haribo wheels), good fleshy fruit and a lightly toasted note combine well. This sweet profile, however, is not lacking in acidity and freshness, allowing the wine to flow freely on the palate. – Free Download

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Four hundred years amongst vineyards and an infinite passion for wine. The history of the Armani family and that of viticulture in the Adige Valley, between the provinces of Trento and Verona, have been evolving together, without interruption, for more than 4 centuries. Today  “Albino Armani Viticoltori dal 1607” means territory, or rather territories. The historical property in Dolcè, in the Adige Valley in the province of Verona, is one of 3 wineries located in the region Veneto: one other is to be found in Marano, in the Valpolicella Classico area, and one  in the province of Treviso, in San Polo di Piave, where our biodynamic wines are produced. Two more wineries are located in the regions Trentino and Friuli. All five wineries watch over their territories, vinifying the grapes of the surrounding vineyards. In each of them the common thread is a terroir reflecting its specific particular character in the wines springing from its soil. The headquarters remain in Dolcè, where the “Conservatoria”, a project for safeguarding local grape varieties in danger of extinction, can be visited.